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Student ID

The University Identification Card (commonly called the student ID or campus ID) serves as a meal card and library card, is used to access the Kress Events Center and other buildings, and has many other uses. Students are advised to have their ID card on them at all times. Students are encouraged, but not required to have a student ID card.  If you are an online only student you do not need a student ID card. There is a fee of $10.00, however the charge for the first ID card for newly admitted students is covered by your first semester orientation or transfer fee.

Green Bay Location

Students can obtain their Student ID card at the University Ticketing & Information Center, located on the 2nd floor of the University Union (next to the Phoenix Bookstore).

Sheboygan Location

Students are able to receive their Student ID during the regular semester when the Sheboygan Campus Library is open. Please visit the UW-Green Bay Libraries website for hours of operation. If you are looking to obtain your student ID during the summer or winter break, please call 920-459-6625 to schedule a day and time to come to the Sheboygan Campus Library.

Manitowoc Location

Students are able to receive their Student ID during the regular semester when the Manitowoc Campus Library is open. Please visit the UW-Green Bay Libraries website for hours of operation. If you are looking to obtain your student ID during the summer or winter break, please call 920-683-4700 to schedule a day and time to come to the Manitowoc Campus Library.

Marinette Location

Students are able to receive their Student ID in the Student Services Office in the Main building, Monday-Friday between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. 

How can I get a replacement ID card?

The University Ticketing & Information Center can issue a replacement ID card for a $15 fee during normal business hours.